Today’s page addresses the potential for greater Asian-American participation in civic affairs. The head of an Atlanta-area legal advocacy center says Republicans and Democrats need to engage recently naturalized immigrant voters to expand their political base. And the first Asian-American elected official in the Georgia Legislature talks of encouraging a greater turnout of these voters. To comment, click here.
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Today's moderator: David Ibata
David Ibata is an Opinion editor with the AJC. He previously worked as a dispatch editor for AJC.com, a copy editor and wire editor for the AJC and before that, as a home page web producer, deputy suburban bureau chief and staff writer for The Chicago Tribune. He also was a co-founder and chapter president of the Chicago chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association.